Connecticut River Joint Commissions Elect New Officers

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first_imgThe Connecticut River Joint Commissions elected new officers at their recent annual meeting. The NH Connecticut River Commission has elected Glenn English of Haverhill as its new chair, and its Vermont counterpart has re-elected Gary Moore of Bradford.English, who has served as Haverhill’s Town Manager since 1995, represents municipal interests on the Connecticut River Scenic Byway Council and has been a strong voice for economic development through heritage tourism on both sides of the Connecticut River. A member of the board of North Country Council, he will serve as vice-president of the combined river commissions. He succeeds Cheston Newbold of Cornish.”The Connecticut River is the environmental, economic, recreational, historical, and cultural backbone of this Valley, ” English observes. “It is our collective job to make sure that it continues to be so. It has been a pleasure to work with so many people who have dedicated a large portion of their lives to the preservation and responsible use of this great resource. I will certainly continue to do everything I can to be of some small help in this effort.”Cleve Kapala of Hopkinton, Director of Government Affairs and Relicensing for USGen New England, was elected as NH Commission Vice Chair. Kapala has also been a director of the New England Salmon Association, member of the board of trustees of the New Hampshire chapter of The Nature Conservancy, and former Director of Education & Policy for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.George Watkins of Walpole was re-elected as Secretary/ Treasurer of the NH Commission. Watkins is a member of the board of the Connecticut River Watershed Council.Vermont’s Connecticut River Watershed Advisory Commission has re-elected Gary Moore of Bradford as its chair. A Bradford native and his town’s emergency management coordinator, Moore has served on all three of the government commissions focused on New England’s largest river, including the four-state Connecticut River Flood Control Commission and the Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon Commission. Moore has also served as commissioner of Vermont’s Department of Fish & Wildlife, chair of the Vermont Water Resources Board, and on the board of the Vermont State Colleges System. Moore will serve his second term as President of the Connecticut River Joint Commissions.Gayle Ottmann of Quechee has been re-elected Vice-Chair of the VT Commission. Executive Director of the Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce and Hartford Selectwoman, she sits on the Scenic Byway Council Steering Committee.Stephen Walasewicz of Weathersfield, natural resources planner at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, has been elected Secretary/Treasurer of the VT Commission.The Connecticut River Joint Commissions are composed of thirty volunteer members, fifteen appointed by the governors of each of the Twin States. They are business people, landowners, conservationists, and citizens who live and work in the valley and are committed to its future.last_img read more


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first_img NBA playoffs 2019: Joel Embiid says 76ers ‘can win it all’ Having gone 2-0 up in the series, the Trail Blazers lost Game 3 — a contest that saw the Thunder’s Dennis Schroder imitate Lillard’s “Dame Time” celebration by tapping his wrist.And those actions did not sit well with Lillard, who marked his remarkable game Tuesday and series-winner by waving to the Thunder bench before being mobbed by his teammates. Related News NBA playoffs 2019: Rockets’ Clint Capela playing through illness NBA playoffs wrap 2019: Raptors, 76ers advance with blowout wins; Trail Blazers eliminate Thunder DAME CALLS GAME IN #PhantomCam! #NBAPlayoffs#RipCity pic.twitter.com/JNNGimxYwk— NBA (@NBA) April 24, 2019″The game, the series was over, that was it. I was just waving goodbye to them,” said Lillard, who became the first player in NBA playoffs history to score 50 points as well as a winning buzzer-beater.”After Game 3, Dennis Schroder was out here pointing to his wrist, they were out there doing all these celebrations, doing all this stuff and we kept our composure.”After one win that was what they decided to do, and we were just like, ‘OK, what we want to do is win four games’ and then when we win those four games there’s not gonna be nothing to talk about so that’s what that was.”On his winning basket, shot over Paul George, Lillard said: “I was standing there looking at the rim and I was like, ‘This is a comfortable range.’ Damian Lillard took satisfaction in sending the Thunder out of the NBA playoffs after seeing his celebration mocked earlier in their first-round series.The Trail Blazers advanced to the conference semifinals in spectacular fashion Tuesday, Lillard’s 37-foot buzzer-beater securing a 118-115 victory and a 4-1 series victory. “My trainer, Phil Beckner, we were working out the other night in OKC and he was like, ‘Take a few deep ones.’ He was like, ‘You’re gonna hit one of these’ and when I was standing there I was like, ‘I’m gonna shoot it.'”He was a little bit off of me and I was like, ‘It’s enough space for me to raise up and shoot it for the game.’ At the last second, he stepped towards me a little bit and I was like, ‘OK, I’m gonna pound dribble, side step, raise up.'”I just had to let it fly, shoot the ball high in the air to give it a chance and that’s what I did.”last_img read more